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Dec 8, 2013 7:00am EST
respecting the u.n. charter rules on when force may be used. and i also think that if we do use for -- force, we must follow through. i actually make a distinction between the conflicts in afghanistan which ugly was legal and the conflict in iraq would simply was not. very often in the u.s. especially on the left people sort of a similar these two conflict. i think they are different. when we got afghanistan wrong was then going into iraq, not spent the money on the ground for development of the people were so thirsty for. i went to afghanistan back in 2005 in so many people were so glad the taliban had been overthrown to talk about ordinary people taxi drivers, not just political activists or women rights advocates. we took our eye off the ball and didn't follow through, and now i really fear the situation where going to leave afghan in. one of the afghan women i interviewed for the book, a very prominent afghan human rights activist who lost family back in the terrible conflict in the 1990s when the international committee had forgotten what happened in the country, she said to me, look, w
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